Friday, August 11, 2017

Sunbeam Shoulder Wrap Heating Pad Reviewed

Sunbeam Shoulder Wrap Heating Pad Reviewed
If you ever have shoulder or neck pain, you will understand instantly why I love my Sunbeam Shoulder Wrap Heating Pad. 

After decades of trying to force a standard back heating pad to wrap around my neck, I finally invested in a heating pad that was made specifically for shoulders and necks.  It is well worth every penny I paid for it!
 
When I think of the thousands of times that I tried to hold a heating pad between my neck and shoulder, I seriously wonder why I waited so long to search for a shoulder wrap heating pad.  

Since I need both hands to type, I really don't have an easy way to hold a square heating pad in place between my neck and shoulder.  If I try to hold it in place by squeezing it between my shoulder and neck, then I end up with even worse neck pain.  Out of desperation, I've even tried tying a heating pad to my neck with a long shoe string.  Actually, that kind of worked. but I don't recommend it.  What I do recommend is the Sunbeam Shoulder Wrap Heating Pad.



The Sunbeam Shoulder Wrap Heating Pad

Sunbeam 885-911 Renue Heat Therapy Neck and Shoulder Wrap
This is truly one of the best gifts I have ever given myself!  Even if I am not in extreme pain, the warmth gives relief to my shoulders when I spend the day typing.  

The shoulder wrap heating pad has several features that I love, but my favorite is that little heated piece of fabric that goes up the back of my neck.  Having the heat situated and held in place on the vertebral segments in my neck is fabulous!  It tends to make my lower back quite jealous.

Other Wonderful Features of the Sunbeam Shoulder Wrap Heating Pad

  •  Magnetic Clasp in the front to hold it closed at the throat
  •  Multiple Heat Settings from Warm to High Heat
  •  Designed to "drape" over Shoulders and Around Neck
  •  Weighted to Hold in Place
  •  Auto Shut-off after 2 hours
  •  Super long Electric Cord  (Mine is 9 feet) 
  •  Odorless, unless you use a pain relieving cream or rub for  penetrating relief.
  •  Machine Washable
The instructions say that you can lightly spritz the wrap with water for a damp steam effect, but I have never tried that.  I use mine dry. 

 
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Sunbeam Shoulder Wrap Heating Pad Reviewed by:
House of Sylvestermouse





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7 comments:

  1. I'd never heard of this shoulder wrap heating pad. What a great idea. Just from the pictures here I can see how perfect it would be for relieving neck and shoulder pain. Thanks for telling me about it.

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  2. What a great product! I could certainly use this as I sit at my computer for hours every day. My neck and shoulders tend to carry my body's tension. Love your comment about your lower back feeling jealous. What a great line. Thanks for introducing me to a product I can immediately put to good use.

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  3. I have never seen this before, I definitely want one, actually two as my husband gets a lot of neck and shoulder pain as well. I have never tried using a shoe string to hold my heat pack in place, but a scarf has been used a few times, not that great a result though!

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  4. oh wow...... I think this is something I didn't know I needed until now! I've been using the back massage tool to work the knots out of my shoulders. But I bet this heating pad would be the perfect pairing with that. Either before or after I massage my shoulders.... put them under heat.

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  5. This looks like it could be a nice replacement for the pads they use in physical therapy. It covers the areas it's so hard to heat. Now if they'd only make an cold pack shaped like that!

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  6. My hubby has had a heated shoulder wrap for many years now, it's fantastic. It's a different model than the sunbeam brand, but is also very good. We both use it all the time.

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  7. What a great idea! Will have to get a shoulder wrap heating pad pronto!

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